Artificial intelligence (AI) refers to the use of computer systems to perform tasks that would normally require human intelligence, such as learning, problem-solving, and decision-making. In the practice of law, AI is being used to automate and streamline various legal processes, including legal research, document review, and prediction of case outcomes. AI is being used in several legal tech solutions to improve efficiency, reduce costs, and enhance the quality of legal services. Some examples of how AI is being used in legal tech include: • Legal research: AI can be used to search through large volumes of legal documents quickly and accurately, saving lawyers and paralegals time and effort. • Document review: AI can be used to review and analyze large volumes of documents, such as contracts or discovery materials, to identify relevant information or patterns. • Predictive analytics: AI can be used to analyze data and predict the outcomes of legal cases or disputes, helping lawyers and clients to make informed decisions. • Legal writing: AI can be used to generate legal documents, such as contracts or pleadings, by combining standard language with specific input provided by the user.
• Client intake and triage: AI can be used to process client intake forms and triage cases, routing them to the appropriate lawyer or team for further review.